We collaborated with Ciaran Adamson Design on another original project to design a new office fit out for Athletics Ireland, the national governing body for Athletics in Ireland. We sought to create an interior working space that reflected the ethos and identity of the sports body. Playful elements within the interior reflect the volunteer ethos […] Read more – ‘athletics ireland office fit out’.
We have received planning permission for a development or 51 housing units at Johnstown, Navan. The development integrates local features including a protected tree belt, protected gatelodge and entrance gates with most units having a direct aspect to an amenity area of open space. Read more – ‘housing development, kilcarn, navan’.
We completed a fit out of Fairview Motors, Dublin 3 in December 2015. We were responsible for the car showroom design and project management of the works which consisted of a fit out of an existing 5000 sq ft. premises. The works were carried out to the new Hyundai international brand standards and included a […] Read more – ‘hyundai car showroom design, fairview, dublin 3’.
The design includes an elliptical meeting room with intergrated audio-visual facilities, two fully glazed offices and a reception/casual meeting area. A feature of the design relating to fact that the client carries out a substantial amount of international business was the selection of classic Irish finishes including connemara marble reception counter and slate and oak […] Read more – ‘ashbourne office fit out, co. meath’.
Following a successful developer-led competition, we prepared the design of Trim Hotel to planning application stage. The building consists of a compact four storey block contained by castle street to the east, a proposed new link road to Emmet Street to the north, existing church gardens to the south and a retained surface level car […] Read more – ‘trim castle hotel, co. meath’.
Moatlands estate was developed in 1994 as 35 unit town centre apartment/townhouse development. Townhouses are stepped with the slope of the site around a south facing open space with communal car parking. individual houses have stepped approach/raised planters to maintain privacy. The development featured in the 2003 RIAI “New Housing” publication of housing design. Read more – ‘housing scheme – ratoath, co. meath’.